My Sunday mornings have become very special to me. I get to play in my favorite playground, my kitchen. Since I am free to take a long as I want, I can spend as much time playing as needed. But this recipe was so true to it's title: Ricotta gnocchi in a flash. I visit many blogs, and one of these is Dinners for a Year and Beyond.
They are so easy, they are make with kids easy.
Ricotta Gnocchi, in a flash
adapted from, Dinners for a year and beyond
1 15oz container Ricotta
1/4 t salt
flour to fill the ricotta container
Sprinkle the salt in the bottom of a large bowl, add ricotta and flatten over the ricotta. Fill the ricotta container with flour, level the top by sweeping the extra back into your flour canister. Add flour to ricotta and begin stirring.
Using a large rimmed jelly roll pan, I first divided the dough into 4 parts. I like using a rimmed pan to work on, it helps contain flour, which for some reason lands in places I was not working!
Sliced dough was held, then dimpled with my index finger.
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